Aaliyah’s Mother Says Singer and DMX Will “Meet Once more”


After virtually 20 years, Aaliyah and DMX can now meet once more, her mom Diane Haughton says in a touching tribute to her late daughter’s pal following his current dying.

The rapper, who co-starred with the R&B singer within the 2000 movie Romeo Should Die, collaborated along with her on a single for its soundtrack and famously honored her in her 2002 posthumous video “Miss You,” died at age 50 on Friday, April 9. DMX, who was born Earl Simmons, had been hospitalized for days following a coronary heart assault.

“Earl you had and nonetheless have a coronary heart of gold,” Diane wrote on Aaliyah’s Instagram web page. “You and Child Lady will meet once more with all the gorgeous individuals we have now misplaced. Will always remember your kindness. NEVER! Blessing to your loved ones! Eternally! — Aaliyah’s Mother.”

DMX is the primary and final particular person to seem within the music video for Aaliyah’s track “Miss You,” launched a 12 months after she died at age 22 in a aircraft crash in August 2001. The clip, which went viral amid information of his dying, begins with him giving a touching speech in honor of the singer.

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